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PCB Piezotronics|29 January 2017

ICP® Mechanically Isolated, Electrically Filtered 10,000g Triaxial Shock Accelerometer (Model 350A43)

ICP® Triaxial shock accelerometer, 0.5mV/g, 10kg range, mechanically isolated and electrically filtered, 5ft integral cable. Piezoelectric ICP® accelerometers produce a very high signal output (+/- 5 volts full scale) and the ease of two-wire electrical connectivity.

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ICP® Triaxial shock accelerometer, 0.5mV/g, 10kg range, mechanically isolated and electrically filtered, 5ft integral cable. Piezoelectric ICP® accelerometers produce a very high signal output (+/- 5 volts full scale) and the ease of two-wire electrical connectivity. Their inherent ruggedness enables them to be severely over ranged without damage. The addition of internal mechanical isolation minimises the high-frequency stress that would otherwise be encountered by their ceramic sensing elements.

This mechanical isolation, coupled with an internal 2-pole electrical filter, built into the ICP® circuitry, tailors the overall accelerometer response to assure data quality to frequencies as high as 10kHz. Depending on the specific model, accelerations in excess of 50kg can be successfully measured. These modern designs, with their internal elastomeric isolation materials are verified through calibration to remain dynamically linear and are enabling piezoelectric accelerometers to operate in increasingly severe acceleration environments.

As with all PCB® instrumentation, these sensors are complemented with toll-free applications assistance, 24-hour technical support, and are backed by a no-risk policy that guarantees total customer satisfaction or your money refunded.

Highlights include:

  • Metal to metal impact
  • Nearfield and farfield pyroshock
  • Shaker shock
  • Explosive bolts and stage separation
  • Pile driver monitoring
  • Body armour and helmet testing

A new micro electromechanical system sensor has been introduced to capture the full pulse in high-impact environments.
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